The concerned ex-wife of television and radio commentator Chris Smith last week appealed to police to help her contact her teenage daughter.
Holding the TV rights for an Olympic Games is considered the pinnacle of sporting coverage, but strong rumours out of Seven’s Martin Place bunkers suggest they’re about to offload the rights to the Tokyo Games.
After staring down the Black Summer bushfires and keeping her new baby safe during coronavirus, Edwina Bartholomew has revealed how she is battle ready for her return.
Blanche d’Alpuget, the widow of former prime minister Bob Hawke, is scheduled to have a full mastectomy next month following the diagnosis of aggressive breast cancer.
As lockdowns around the country start to lift and we’re allowed outside again, take a look at what some of our stars got up to during the weeks holed up inside.
A move to Perth from Ireland saw Dervla McTiernan pivot from a disgruntled lawyer and wannabe writer to a number one bestselling author.
There’s a slice of Brisbane nostalgia on every Custard album, and on their latest they pay tribute to a long lost suburban record store.
He loves a spin around Sydney Harbour and this week Karl Stefanovic and his mates took to the water for a celebration. But there were some new additions to his crew … and some surprising absences.
A father himself, Custard’s David McCormack brings experience to his role of Bluey’s dad in the hit animated series. But he’s also learnt a thing or two.
Tasmanian teen Olivia Kelly says the chance to perform on stage with UK pop icon Boy George during her audition on The Voice has inspired her to continue singing and return to the show.
Dogs can detect more than what we know. A new book has revealed how some can sniff out whether you have low or high blood sugar, others can do wondrous things to ward off anxiety.
Rising Aussie actor Daniel Webber admits he had to do a crash course in all things Harry Potter before meeting his big-name co-star, Daniel Radcliffe for their new movie Escape From Pretoria.
Aussie basketballer Ben Simmons, Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey are among the famous figures who have spoken out over the death in custody of George Floyd and called for justice.
Perth actors wondering when they’ll be allowed to welcome crowds back have called for guidance and extra investment into the sector.
Aretha Franklin’s musical perfection has always been there for all to hear and now you can see it too, with Amazing Grace now available to stream. And here’s what else to binge this weekend.
The music superstar has thrown off her apolitical stance to take on the US President.
Don’t waste your time on the worst Martin Scorsese-directed pic by a long, long way. Here’s every movie on TV tonight rated and slated.
As nightspots across Perth remain shuttered in line with social distancing advice, WA comedy mainstay The Laugh Resort has refused to take the pause in stand-up sitting down.
In an exclusive interview, McLeod’s Daughters leading lady Jane Smith revealed a bold plan for 2020 and said playing Tess Silverwater in the South Australian bush changed her life forever.
A Star is Born: 29-year-old actress Elizabeth Debicki is set to follow in the footsteps of Nicole Kidman and Cate Blanchett after her blockbuster role in Christopher Nolan’s Tenet.
Veteran WA entertainer Kevin ‘Bloody’ Wilson may have started his comedy music career decades ago but now he has found a whole new generation of fans after turning to social media.
Even after five well-received novels, author Natasha Lester was still worried that nobody would read her new work of historical fiction.
Melbourne Digital Concert Hall rolls out Aquilina Series with weekend festival, from Dale Barltrop to Greta Bradman
Retired NRL star Trent Hodkinson’s wife Chantelle Traficante has revealed how Trent’s NFL hero got him through his injuries — and inspired the name of their newborn baby.
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